Licensed government and private hospitals in the Philippines—2016
AbstractPursuant to Republic Act No. 4226, otherwise known as the Hospital Licensure Act of 1965, the Department of Health (DOH) issued Administrative Order No. 2012-0012 in order to stipulate the “Rules and Regulations Governing the New Classification of Hospitals and Other Health Facilities in the Philippines.” According to the Administrative Order, the classification of hospitals all over the Philippines according to service capability (Level I, Level II, or Level III) is based on the availability of certain structures and services within the hospital, as well as on the hospital’s capability to train physicians under accredited residency training programs in Internal Medicine, Obstetrics-Gynecology, Pediatrics, and Surgery. Read more...
Dec 29, 2017
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